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THE CHINESE IN CALIFORNIA.
The influx of the Chinese to California has been so great during the last five years, that they have begun to exercise no little influence on the political affairs of the “Golden State," and now deserve a more extended notice than we have before thought proper to accord them. It is estimated that there are about 65,000 of those singular people in California, about one seventh of the entire population of the State. The number of women among these is very small comparatively, there being but about 5,000, whose social position is very low and degraded.
Nearly every calling known to Americans has its “Celestial” representative, who for industry and thrift can scarcely be excelled by the enterprising American and European residents of California. We find employed on the Western section of the Union Pacific Railroad upward of 12,000 Chinamen, wliose industry has been well spoken of by the managers of the railroad construction. Twelve thousand or more are employed on farms, in gardens, or as house servants. In the last-mentioned capacity,
although they insist in doing things in their own fashion, they are highly esteemed. In washing and cooking, while their methods are peculiar, and in many respects most amusing, they can not be surpassed in the excellence of the results produced by the best European domestics. It may be remarked here, that in all the different capacities mentioned, or to be mentioned, the men do the work.: Chinamen cook, wash, clean, and perform all the services incident to a household. As domestics, however, they are not altogether reliable, because of one peculiarity—they are fond of change; and when the whim takes them, they will suddenly leave master or mistress, though it may be at a most unfortunate juncture. It is simply, “I go-me no like—say no more-good-bye.”
The tobacco business of the Pacific States is almost exclusively in the hands of the Chinese. The enterprise of these people in that line of traffic is evinced by the numbers met with in Northern cities who have their stores or stands in the most frequented thoroughfares.
Of the mechanic class, including those who are regularly engaged, and those who pick up odd jobs and do anything they can find to do, there are probably not less than 10,000. These are chiefly residents of the cities, and are strikingly apt in acquiring a knowledge of a trade. The woolen mills are chiefly stocked with them, and they are also employed to a large extent as laborers on new buildings. In commerce and general trade about 6,000 are engaged, some of whom have accumulated considerable property. As business men, they show much enterprise and tact; in fact, are said to compare well in shrewd bargaining with the proverbial Yankee or the close Dutch
fort as can be well represented in an engraving. location of an internal disease. In judging Fig. 2 represents a younger man, also of the the pulse they try both wrists. Their mode of merchant class, but an out-of-door operator. treatment is far inferior to the enlightened He has to some extent Americanized himself medical systems of the present day, yet considby the adoption of trowsers and blouse.
ering their primitive notions, the “Celestial" physicians do remarkably well.
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with them to enter the better land, and that FIG. 1.-MERCHANT.
those unlucky persons whose bones lie far The great mass of the ordinary grade of
from their friends are likely to be left behind, Chinamen is found in the mining districts,
the spoil of the evil spirit. Once in three where they busy themselves in the “diggings," years the remains of the dead are shipped in or “set up" as washermen, gardeners, and ser
boxes. Sometimes the collection awaiting transportation amounts to several hundred. It is said that the cost of sending these bodies is nearly one hundred dollars each. Very few women are thus sent back.
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